Apply for Fulbright FLTA Program to teach your mother language in U.S. ( Fully Funded )

An Amazing opportunity for English teachers from outside U.S. to Teach their mother languages and their Cultures for U.S. universities Students. The Fulbright FLTA Program is sponsored by the United States Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA).

Apply for Fulbright FLTA Program to teach your mother language in U.S. ( Fully Funded )

About FLTA Program

 As part of the Fulbright Foreign Student Program, the Fulbright FLTA Program is designed to develop Americans' knowledge of foreign cultures and languages by supporting teaching assistantships in over 30 languages at hundreds of U.S. institutions of higher education. The program offers educators from over 50 countries the opportunity to develop their professional skills and gain first-hand knowledge of the U.S., its culture and its people.

U.S. campuses enhance their teaching of languages and expose students to a true understanding of people of different nations. Like the more than 1,800 Foreign Fulbright Fellows that enter U.S. academic programs each year, Fulbright FLTAs apply to the program through the Fulbright Commission/Foundation or U.S. Embassy in their home countries. The Institute of International Education (IIE) arranges academic placement for most Fulbright FLTA nominees and supervises participants during their stay in the United States.

Finance and Benefits

This scholarship covers the following:

- Visa Fees.

- Round-trip airfare tickets.

- University placement, registration, and tuition fees.

- A monthly stipend.

- Health insurance for the grant period. 

Eligible Countries

- AfricaKenya - Nigeria - Senegal - South Africa - Tanzania

- Middle East & North Africa: Algeria - Bahrain - Egypt - Tunisia - Morocco - Iraq - Jordan - Kuwait - Lebanon - Libya -  Palestine - Saudi Arabia - United Arab Emirates

Asia: Bangladesh - Burma - China - India - Indonesia - Japan - Kazakhstan - Laos - Malaysia -  Mongolia - Pakistan - Philippines - Singapore - South Korea - Tajikistan - Taiwan  - Thailand - Uzbekistan - Vietnam.

Europe: Austria - Belgium - Finland - France - Germany - Hungary - Ireland - Italy - Portugal - Russia - Spain - Turkey - Ukraine

Western Hemisphere: Argentina - Brazil - Bolivia - Canada - Chile - Colombia - Ecuador - Mexico - Peru - Uruguay 


- There is no Specific age Required.

Applicants must reside in their home countries throughout the nomination and selection process and must intend to return to their home countries immediately following the nine-month FLTA program.

- Have the equivalent of a U.S. Bachelor's degree with a good academic record; Master's degrees are highly desirable at many institutions.

- Are an early career teacher of English or training to become a teacher of English, or are an early career educator in a related field; prior teaching experience is preferred.

Have a sincere interest in teaching your native language and culture to students in the U.S.

Are fluent in English, as demonstrated by a recent score of no less than 550 (Paper Based TOEFL), 79-80 (Internet Based TOEFL - IBT), or 6.0 (Overall Score International English Language Testing System - IELTS); test scores can be submitted to IIE by indicating the institutional code 2326 on the day of the test.

Are able to work creatively and be self-reliant while being willing to work cooperatively as part of a team with faculty, staff, and students.

- Are adaptable to living in rural or urban areas Clearly demonstrate maturity, dependability, integrity, and professionalism.

Do not hold U.S. citizenship; dual citizens are not eligible for the program participation.


The Fulbright FLTA grant is one academic year (approximately 9-10 months) non-renewable opportunity. The program is non-degree and starts on August 2023.

How to Apply?

- You should register an account first to Apply From here

- Also you Should check Fulbright Website in your Country to Know the timetable and another details, because the deadline different for each country.

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